Hi, I’m a bit confused about the “radio ready song ” version vs the “brick wall” For today’s contemporary music you want to have your mastering levels compressed as much as you can, of course without distortion or clipping, then your wave file looks almost like a brick wall. Now, I’ve heard that for radio broadcast of your material actually is preferred NOT to send this “brick wall” version since their equipment and limiters will distort and it won’t sound good? So, I’m very confused, first you need a good mastering/cd level – but then this won’t sound good on the radio?? Do big name artists send two versions of their material? 1. Do you send two versions to your radio? One is your finished fully mastered (Digipack or whatever format CD) and also an additional CD that is the “radio ready” song? (less compressed) 2. So the “radio ready" song should be less compressed/ not a brick wall, maybe about -2db headroom? Please let me understand this better, Thank you so much for your help!